On Wed, 12 Jun 2002 14:42:50 +0100
"Linas Jakucionis" <brovienas at mailsurf.com> spouted:
>> I have a TV card and would like to record shows to some
> kind of compressed format (mpeg1,mpeg2,divx).
> Preferably using command line interface.
> I've looked on internet and found the following: zapping
> and vcr... Does anyone have any experience with these?
zapping is a gnome tv program (like kwintv and xawtv)
dunno about vcr.
> What software you'd recommend for that?
have a look at ffmpeg.. they have a streaming server too, so you
can stream to mtv, windows media player or real. (ffmpeg.sf.net)
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